Night Sky

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Pan, 1984 - Fiction in English, 1945- - Texts - 586 pages
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His secret could win the war for the Allies, unless the Nazis get to him first...

In the brutal chaos of the Second World War, three people find their lives inextricably interwoven in a web of courage, betrayal and love.

Julie Lescaux, the young Englishwoman caught up in one of the most dangerous operations of the French Resistance; Paul Vasson, vicious Paris pimp turned Nazi collaborator; David Freymann, German scientist caught up in unimaginable horror, destined to lose everything except his faith in his own discovery.

Night Sky is Clare Francis' sweeping chronicle of Europe in peace and war, a tremendous floodtide of narrative that builds to a gripping and unforgettable finale.

'A thoroughly professional wartime adventure' Sunday Times

'A terrific thriller' Time Out

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Lots of research led to a believable plot. - Goodreads
Prose was outstanding. - Goodreads
Character development was fantastic. - Goodreads
Interesting main female character. - Goodreads
Interesting plot that could translate nicely to film. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Derek Mcknight - Goodreads

Not a bad book at all, though lacking in any real twists it still kept me entertained until the final ending. The baddy got his comeuppance and the goodies lived happily ever after, with the addition ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kate Speed - Goodreads

Excellent WWII thriller. Well written, well researched and taught me a lot about the French resistance. One of the best books I've read in a long time. Read full review

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About the author (1984)

Clare Francis is the author of eleven international bestsellers, including Homeland, Deceit, Red Crystal and A Death Divided. She has also written three non-fiction books about her voyages across the oceans of the world. She lives in London.

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